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First lady Michelle Obama participates in an event with future college students in the East Room at the White House July 19, 2016 in Washington, DC. The first lady hosted the third annual 'Beating the Odds' summit with more than 130 college bound students as part of the 'Reach Higher' initiative and 'Better Make Room' campaign. Critics claim that sections of a speech by Melania Trump, wife of the presumptive Republican nominee for president, on day one of the Republican National Convention last night were lifted virtually verbatim from a speech Michelle Obama made in 2008 at the Democratic National Convention. The Trump campaign has dismissed the complaints. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
Michelle Obama Sharply Criticizes Women Who Voted For Donald Trump

Michelle Obama took the stage at the Inbound marketing conference in Boston and criticized women who voted for Donald Trump.

The former First Lady said that women "voted against their own voice."

Obama elaborated:

It doesn’t say as much about Hillary, and everybody’s trying to worry about what it means for Hillary and no, no, no, what does this mean for us, as women. That we look at those two candidates, as women, and many of us said, "He’s better for me. His voice is more true to me." To me that just says, you don’t like your voice. You like the thing you’re told to like.

Ms. Obama clarified that neither she nor her husband want Trump to fail in his Presidency:

When you’ve been in that position, you have a different perspective.

She also hinted that voting for Trump was a symptom of how women are conditioned as children:

How many of us have sat in a classroom somewhere and watched a man go on and on and on?

This is not the first time Ms. Obama has been publicly critical of the election results. Let's hope that both women and men find their voices by 2020.

H/T: Boston.com, The Hill